LINGUIST List 24.3646|
Tue Sep 17 2013
Calls: Arabic, General Ling, Applied Ling, Ling & Literature, Socioling, Historical Ling/USA
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Thomas Leddy-Cecere <thomas.a.leddyceceregmail.com>
Subject: Jil Jadid Graduate Student Conference in Arabic Literature and Linguistics
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Full Title: Jil Jadid Graduate Student Conference in Arabic Literature and Linguistics
Date: 21-Feb-2014 - 22-Feb-2014
Location: Austin, TX, USA
Contact Person: Thomas Leddy-Cecere
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/mes/events/conferences/jiljadid2014/home.php
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics
Language Family(ies): Arabic
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2013
The Department of and Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas at Austin are happy to announce the 4th Annual Jil Jadid Conference in Arabic Literature and Linguistics, a graduate student conference to be held at the University of Texas at Austin, February 21-22, 2014.
Jil Jadid is a graduate student conference that aims to provide a forum for young scholars spread across a variety of disciplines to come together, share ideas and research, and discuss the future of their respective fields as they move forward in their careers and come to represent the eponymous new generation of scholars engaging with the Arabic-speaking world and its cultures. For the past three Februaries, graduate students from a wide range of universities, both domestic and international, have assembled in Austin to set the tone for Arabic studies in the twenty-first century. The ongoing positive feedback we have received from these past conferences prompts us to once again assemble with the same goal, uniting students from linguistics, area studies, comparative literature and other departments in order to facilitate a productive and interdisciplinary exchange of new ideas.
Fostering fruitful, engaging, and innovative dialogue remains our topmost priority. The conference will feature keynote speeches in both Arabic linguistics and literature, as well as a professional development panel offered by University of Texas faculty. In addition to individual presentations, the conference will highlight explicit opportunities for participants to discuss their collective vision for the development of their fields.
The 2014 Jil Jadid Conference is sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin's Department of Middle Eastern Studies, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Department of Linguistics, Program in Comparative Literature, Department of History, and the Graduate School.
Call for Papers:
All papers treating topics in Arabic linguistics (of all subfields, including applied linguistics) and Arabic literature (both classical and modern) will gladly be considered, in either English or Arabic (with the request that an English summary be prepared for any papers to be presented in Arabic). In addition to original research, we also encourage state of the field papers that provide a focused overview of specific subfields of Arabic studies and propose new avenues of research in that area.
Papers to be presented at other conferences are more than welcome, as we wish to provide a forum for students to further develop and refine their research.
Unfortunately, this year we will not be able to accommodate virtual presentations via video-chat.
Applicants may submit abstracts of no more than a single, standardly formatted page (not including references).
Abstracts may be submitted online at: http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/jiljadid2014.
The deadline for abstracts is November 15, 2013. Abstracts should not include identifying information; you must, however, indicate the highest degree you have obtained and your current position (e.g. 'M.A., Graduate Student,' 'Ph.D., Assistant Professor,' etc.). Only submissions from current or recent graduate students will be considered.
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